Democracy Now! Monday, May 12, 2003
Arundhati Roy on Empire, the Corporate Media, Indian Politics, Her Childhood and War
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“There are two ways that Empire spreads its tentacles–one is with cruise missiles and daisy cutters…the other is with the IMF checkbook,” says the acclaimed Indian writer who joins us in our Firehouse studios.
Israel Raids ISM Headquarters & Bars Peace Activists from Gaza
The raid came hours after the Israeli military announced all foreigners entering the Gaza Strip will be required to sign waivers absolving the Israeli army from any responsibility if the army shoots them.
The Right Reverend Paul Moore, 1919-2003
The retired Episcopal bishop of New York, known for speaking out against corporate greed, racism, military spending and for more assistance to the nation’s poor, died on May 1.
Bombing in Philippines Kills 10 in the Town of Koronadal on the Island of Mindanao
We hear from Filipino activist Victoria Tauli-Corpuz of the Indigenous Peoples Network.